Janeck Altshuler arrived in Germany in 2001 as a Jewish emigrant from southeast Ukraine, a time when dancing to Eastern European rhythms was not a fully established trend. But the crowd in Germany was receptive to Altshuler’s new sound from "the other side of the Iron Curtain". Janeck’s uptempo beats have inspired devoted clubgoers of his “La Bolschevita” nights and other partys in Germany, as well as in Lithuania, Poland, Ukraine, Russia, Slovakia and even Kosovo for years with wild dance orgies. Mix of balkan tuba bass and klezmer melodies from Ukraine with cumbia and other tropical music, swing or electro-swing is the way to energize the dance floor.

Mazeltov, mis amigos!

offbeatterrorist   Janeck Altshuler, Wiesbaden, Germany

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